Harrison Ford appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night to talk publicly for the first time about breaking his ankle on the set of Star Wars, crashing his plane and how Star Wars: The Force Awakens is an “incredible” movie. Oh, we should also mention he did all this while dressed up as a hot dog.
The big topic of the day on The Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show is this vaccine business. Jimmy Kimmel called out the Anti-Vaccine people with a fun little video where doctors yell at the Anti-Vaccine movement people. They also ruin the end of Breaking Bad so did SNL, so if you're watching Breaking Bad don't watch the video.
You might not be familiar with the Dublin, Ireland, band The Decemberists.
However, we are pretty sure that after you watch its latest video, you will be a fan -- or you will at least have a lot of respect for the band's talent.
Christoph Waltz would like you to believe that he's always starred in darker, more dramatic fare. Christoph Waltz would like his fans to think of him as a two-time Oscar-winning actor. Christoph Waltz has some secrets.
Shia LaBeouf, of "Transformers" fame, has had a rough year or so.
He's been called out for plagiarism, he did some weird artsy thing in Los Angeles and then he was arrested back in July in New York for being drunk and disorderly at a cabaret show.
But it looks like he's trying to fix it all now.
Jimmy Kimmel sent his team out to Comic-Con International 2014 in San Diego for another round of his "Jimmy Kimmel Live" bit called Pedestrian Question.
The concept is simple: They ask pedestrians questions and the audiences guesses what their responses will be.
In the voice of Mike Tyson:
Hey everyone. Mike Tython watcheth 'Game of Thrones' juth like you and I. Ecthept he doethn't theem to get how it workth. He didn't enjoy the theathon finale becauthe he juth didn't theem to get it. He wanted a retholution and failed to get it. Which ith kind of what finale's are thupposed to do. Typical Mike."
'Jimmy Kimmel Live' host Jimmy Kimmel likes to have fun with his recurring "celebrities read mean tweets about themselves" segments, which always manage to be fun and strange and not too painful. Of course, if you know anything about Twitter trolls, you know that the tweets the Kimmel team picks are not nearly the meanest of the mean, they're just the right mix of rude and amusing. There are certainly much meaner tweets out there, and some celebrities actually want those.
The folks at ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" are great at coming up with some of the best viral videos the Internet has ever seen. His series on celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves is one of our favorites.
Whenever we see a video going viral, it's now perfectly acceptable to just assume that "Kimmel" is behind it in some way, like the worst twerk fail ever video from las